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what does it mean when it asks why you chose this time period

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It's usually asking about details pertaining to a time period in those types of questions. Such as: Why did you chose the Civil War Time period? And your response might be, I wanted to bring to light the conflicts of the time, such as slavery and secession. Does that make sense?
sort of so say i did the balcony scene from romeo and juliet what would i say
Can you rephrase the question? I'm having trouble with that. What I think you're saying is, Why choose the Elizabethan period for the play? The answer might be: because small towns made it easy for conflict to arise, or something to do with the themes of the play, like romantic love, family loyalty, etc.

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oh i see thnks
y was it easier to make plays in elizabethian times??

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